Very productive workplace and excellent patient care
Patient Care Technician (Former Employee) – Rockville, MD – December 19, 2012
A typical day would start out slow, then it would eventually the number of patients seen will pick up throughout the course of the day. While working at this job, i have learned the importance of prioritizing patient care and distinguishing who is really in need of it. My co-workers were okay, but it was obvious they didn't want to be there. In fact, the hardest part of my job was dealing with my co workers and their attitudes. However, the most enjoyable thing i loved was putting a smile on a patients face and confirm to them that everything is going to be okay.
PCT Aren’t trained enough.They want you to do what a RN does, though they clearly know your not, and they certainly don’t come close to paying you like one. But that’s how they work there, they get their employees to just do more, and pay less. They see 59-80 pts a day, if not more. No breaks, no sitting allowed, get ready to never see your family again, once you start full time. Life work balance is very bad.